EDUC 305 Psychology of Teaching and Learning
Prerequisites: EDUC 210 with a minimum grade of “C”
Co-requisites: EDUC 301 and EDUC 310
The study of various educational theories, principles, and their implications for teaching and learning. Emphasis is placed on the linkage of educational theory with educational practice in the classroom. A 25-hour school-based field experience is required. A grade of C or better is required.
Note: EPAT is an integrated course offering that combines three education classes, Educational Technology (EDUC 301), The Psychology of Teaching and Learning (EDUC 305), and Educational Assessment (EDUC 310). The course is structured around face to face sessions including weekly meetings with professors in field placement schools. Much of the course work is delivered asynchronously. As a result of combing the three courses, EPAT is an eight credit hour offering.
Term Offered: (Fall, Spring)